Common Packaging Materials For Milk Production Line

In the production process of Milk Production Line, packaging should be packaged with materials that are protected from light packaging. We often have glass bottle packaging, bag filling and cup filling. Let’s take a look:
1. Glass bottle packaging: Glass bottle packaging is a high-grade packaging in the packaging materials, especially won by consumers. Most consumers think that as long as the milk is packed in glass bottles, it is fresh, but the glass bottle is transparent. In the absence of light, it is easy to decompose the amino acids and other nutrients in the milk under certain circumstances. In addition, the bottles need to be recycled, and the cost of cleaning and recycling is increasing. Therefore, the bottle filling method is not recommended.
2, bagged filling: transparent bag packaging cost is low, easy to use, investment is small, but most people will have certain doubts about the plastic material bag, plus the reasons for not avoiding light, it is not recommended for users to use.
3, cup filling: cups are generally double coated paper cups or PP paper coated cups as the main material, belonging to packaging products that are not protected from light, and is a one-time packaging, no need to recycle, improve the product selling, The single cost is just the cost of recycling and cleaning a bottle

Shanghai Ji Mei Food Machinery Co., Ltd. has many years of experience in milk production. We not only provide various packaging materials, but also we can provide UHT Milk Machine equipment for you to help you sterilize quickly and efficiently and create rich wealth for your factory.


How To Maintain Nutrition In The Fruit Juice Production Line

Aseptic processing is a boon for Milk Processing Plant, both to promote growth and to promote innovation. Catering service operators face a shorter menu development cycle because they have to balance labor supply, cost increases, regulatory requirements and new competitors. Therefore, they turned to aseptically packaged foods to solve some pressing problems.

Catering operators are ordering fewer and fewer items/ingredients, and more and more goods are being prepared – less and less vinegar and more sauces. Pre-made stocks, sauces and substrates are the basis for many iconic menu items. Sterile products can help restaurant owners increase the average transaction volume to meet the needs of different consumer groups.

It is especially important to increase the value of the finished product and reduce the dietary content of the bottom line. Sterile production produces shelf-stable products that do not require freezing or refrigeration (until opening), which is a huge benefit.

The aseptic carton is lightweight and the back is easy to use. The block shape saves space. The ease of opening, pourable, and reclosable features – standard in multi-purpose aseptic cartons – provide valuable time savings compared to the opening and handling requirements for equivalent size canned products. Aseptic packaging breaks easily when empty and takes up less space in the bin.

Contrary to popular mythology, aseptic packaging is recyclable. Aseptic packaging, such as cardboard milk cartons, can be recycled at the factory through a simple paper recycling process, namely hydro-pulping.

Ultra high temperature (UHT) processing is critical to ensure commercial sterility of sterile, shelf-stable foods and beverages. The processing temperature is higher – usually around 275°F – but it is maintained at this temperature for only 1-5 seconds instead of a few minutes in conventional dry distillation. Some dairy products have also undergone a similar process, high temperature short-time pasteurization, heating the milk to 161 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 seconds.

It is also important – and perhaps more importantly – that the key steps of the process must be carried out in a sterile environment, from the processing of the packaging until the packaging is sealed.

Therefore, traditional canned or pasteurized liquid foods and beverages must be aseptically processed and packaged to protect and stabilize the ingredients during the ultra-high temperature processing of the Fruit Juice Production Line.